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Toyota will soon call Plano its North American home, and the city is already home to several corporations, including Frito Lay and JCPenney. Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere says his city is nearly built out, and with big businesses moving there, the workforce is turning to cities like Frisco and Allen for homes. Comment?
Brandon Bryce of Allen just launched the nonprofit Collin County Adopt-a-Cop to raise money to buy heavy duty body armor for officers who otherwise may not have access to it. About 1 month after the tragic attack on police in Dallas, a Collin County couple is launching a new group to help protect other officers caught in dangerous situations. Comment?
With his kidnapping trial three months away, Enrique Arochi's defense team tried to get evidence suppressed that may show he kidnapped Christina Morris. Enirque Arochi is back in a Collin County courtroom for what could be a long week of hearings on various motions filed by his defense team. Comment?
McKinney ISD wants to build a $50 million high school football stadium, but first it will have to convince voters the district needs the facility. The McKinney Independent School District could join Allen as the next North Texas school district to construct a Texas-sized high school football stadium. Comment?
More growing pains are ahead for Collin County drivers. The intersection of Stacy Road at U.S. Highway 75 is due to close Thursday and Friday. Comment?
Father Michael Hurst puts ashes on the forehead of Nancy Weaver, of Plano, in the parking lot of Church of the Savior during the Ashes To Go Lent event on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015 in Allen, Texas. Catholics around the world mark the beginning of the holy season of Lent on Ash Wednesday and some North Texas churches are taking the tradition of putting a cross of ashes on people's foreheads to the streets. Comment?
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